After three weeks of nonleague play, the 2-1 Mansfield High football team will be playing in the Hockomock League crossover game Friday night when they travel to Stoughton to play the Black Knights at 7 p.m.
Stoughton is expected to battle for the Davenport division title and is already 3-0 on the season, beating Holliston, Taunton and Pembroke. The Hornets own wins over Dracut and Westfield and lost to Needham.
Rob Rapoza ran for four touchdowns as the Hornets won 31-16 at Dracut. Mansfield kept Dracut scoreless until the fourth quarter when the home team scored all of its 16 points.
Rapoza ran for scores of seven, 64 and one-yard, and also caught a seven-yard pass from quarterback Kyle Wisnieski.
Mike Hershman had a big night kicking the ball with a 26-yard field goal and four extra-points for the Hornets.